I'm probably going to design a site for someone I know soon, and I think that I would like to use frames with it...however I tend not to like the way they look....
I like the sorts of frames like the one found on this site...
As you'll notice, there's no little gray "bar" seperating the frame from the page...it's just there...I'm having trouble describing what I mean...
Anyway, if anyone has any idea what I mean/how to do it...please reply, it would be greatly appreciated.
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It's actually really simple. In your "frameset" add this:
This will take away that little gray "bar".
It will keep the frames close together and thus gives you a more professional look.
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You will have a far better wedsite if u decide not to use frames. check out some of the articals ( by matt and whoever else)on this website!!
I recently discovered a solution to the frame table problem and the answer is to place the marginwidth marginheight border and all those attributes in the frameset tag itself.
Example : <frameset cols="142,480,*" frameborder="0" framespacing="0" border="no" border="0" framespacing="0" frameborder="No" frameborder="0">
This will take out the space in Netscape 4.x and IE 4.x+.
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[This message has been edited by jonese (edited February 16, 2000).]
I have a site thats in frames, and it has worked out quite well.
The site was created for a specific purpose and the frames have helped make it a success.
Otherwise frames can and do kill a web site.
A properly laid out and designed frames site can do quite well... personally I prefer tables.